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ted and as •u«u<u Kuimsi u* uli CCU* BROS., Publishers and Proprietors. 3 R. M. cult. TERMS: ora Tun. ur rut m mum. ■is Koran.. mu Konn. Staats Conn. .SI.os .St A ! Severed at the PoatoBlue at Kathdrom. I taho. aa aaooad class matter. I mil. 17. IMS V it OAT failed Away. On Wednesday inoruliig, James A. I>yer, of this place died at his home, from pneumonia and neuralgia of the heart. He was taken suddenly ill April 9th, and from the drat the dis ease manifested alarming tendencies. Dr. F. Wen* was In intendance but lUilled medical treatment could not tpetralft the ravages of the malady, and by Tuesday afternoon all hope was abandoned. Mr. Dyer, although In great distress, was conscious to the end. All the members of tbe family were present at the bedside when he breathed his last at 2 o'clock on the morning of April 15th, 1903. The funeral took place from the Methodist Church at 2 o'clock, April 16th, Rev. C. T. Cook delivering the funeral sermon. The body was ac companied to the grave by a large procession and was laid to rest with the rites and ceremonies of the Knights of Pythias. Klopf had charge of the ruueral. James Albert Dyer was born in Pottewattonrlc county, Kansas, Jan. 3, 1802. He moved, at un enrly age, to Council Grove, Kansas, where be tlnisned bis education. In 1683 he removed, with his parents, to Spok ane, Wash, lie was married, Jubc 7, 1892, to Miss May Newlon, and came to Rathdrum in 1809. He Is reputed to have been an excelleat mechanic. He carried $3,000 life Insurance. $2, 000 of which he took out but three weeks ago. The deceased leaves a wife and several children; three broth ers, George, of Spokane, and Charier W. and Robert, who as well as one eister. Mrs. D. F. Hollister, and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dyer, re side in Uatbdrum. A true friend, a kind husband and loving father, he was respected by the community and esteemed by all who knew him. M. up in It of U ndertakei Diploma* Granted. Superintendent Hubers has granted diplomas of graduation from the com mon schools of Kootenai county to the following pupils: , Mlunie Berry, Mae Nutt, Paul Reini ger, and Lina Stoddard, Dial. No. 2, Rathdrum; Ida AverFI, Muigaret Murray, Dlst. No. 3, Sandpoint; Ed ward Peters, Dlst. No 4, Hauser: Jesse Dittemore, Cora Kennedy, Lu cile McAndrew and Leonard Shanks, Dlst. No. 7, Post Palis; Rex B. Delt rlck and Ruth Roth, Dist. No. 16, Clark's Fork; Ethel Smith, Dlst. No. 60, Porthlll; Grace Crowell, Violet Crowell, Alfred Johnson aud Anton Mothner, Dist. No. 53, Naples; and Jlelen Barto and Harry Jensen, Dist. No. 57, nauser. These diplomas were Issued subse quent to the examination or March 28th. Next summer the Idaho reiflment will go into encampment at Fort Dou nias, Utah. At this eucnmpment will be collected militia f r oiu a num ber of states and several regiments of regulars. Tbe government pays all the expenses, Including sulartes, the militia officers and men receiving the same as regulars. These encamp wents are provided tor under tbe new militia law, the Idea being to bring the country's reserve forces up to the highest possible standard of efficiency. —-Ex. FOR RALE: From 1 to 500 acres of deeded land situated on the Elec tric ro :d line. Also improvements on 148 acres homestead. Inquire ol It. M. Ross, 2 miles oast of Post Falls may 15 Idaho. If you want your properly Insured against loss hy fire call on the Pan handle Abstract Co. u Commissions Proceedings. Monday, Aprl. 13, 1903.—The board of couniy commissioners met pursuant to law at 10 o'clock. Com missioners present, Joseph Fisher, cbajrmut, Alex. Quirle aud A. A. Merritt. Bids for County Printing opened and considered. Three bids had been submitted, those of J. F. Yost, of Sandpoint, Culp Bros', of Rathdrum and W. A. Logue, of Rath drum. The matter of letting the contract for the County printing was taken un der advisement until 2 o'clock p. in. Afternoon Session— After due consideration the boa id accepted the hid Of Johu F. Yost, us Ihe lowest and best, and awarded him the tract for the ensuelng year upon the furnishing, by him, or a good and suffi ient bond of $1,000 for faithful observance of said contract. Did-» to furnish wood to the counlv ' tor the the eosucing year were then were con opei« U a no cuu^d«rul. Three bid* were submitted. They were: if. F.. Wall, f-W, 8. CyiF, Chus. Thomas, The bid of Chas Thomas wa\ accep ted a* the lowest and best and the con tract awarded to said Chas. Thomas, upon the execution by him of a good and sufficient bond, .for the fulfill ment of said contract. The official bond of Arthur Leonard, as constable of Harrison precinct was rejected, there being no vacancy. The following bills were at this time allowed: J. A. Foster, sal, copyist m I $3 50 per cord. 3.00 2.95 " It recorders office, SI50.00 150.00 17.85 10.00 a a Delia Reinhart 61 R. M. Wark, constable feee, R. C. Egbert«, Mimeograph G. L. Fitzsimmons, Sal. and expenses as treasurer, W. T. Wood, sal, as deputy auditor, G. D. Prentiss, error in Jan. bill, Tuksday, April. 14, 1003:— In the matter of the Incorporation of the Town of Hope. The petition of J. M. Jeanoott and others for the Incor poration of the village of Hope came up for hearing and it appearing that in tbe opinion of the hoard the pet ition is signed by a majority of the taxable inhabitants of the territory sought to be incorporated, and has in habitants to thu number of about 300, It was ordered that tbe Inhabitants of the territory hereinafter described he and the same are hereby Incorpor ated into the Village of Hope, to be governed by the provisions of the laws of the Stale of Idaho, applicable to the government of villages, under the name of tbe Village of Hope. It Is further ordered, That the boundaries of said village are ns follows:—Begin ning at the corner No. 1 at the corner of section 20, 27, 34 and 35, Township 57, N. R. IE. B. M., which is a slate stone 6x8zl0 Inches above ground, marked with two notches on the East and and one notch on the south side: thence East along said section line 2650 feet between section 26 and 35 to J corner, which is a slate stone 8x 9x12 inches above ground marked \ on the North side where is set a stake marked No. 2; thence south 2640 feet to center of section 35 where is set a stake marked 4 feet north of fence marked Cor. No. 3, Hope; thence West 355 feet to a point In a ravine 4 ft. north of fence where is set s stake marked Cor. No. 4. Hope; thence south 34 degrees 34 minutes, west 749 feet down the ravine to a cotton wood tree 36 Inches In diameter, blazed and marked Cor. No. 5, Hope, and a 1x24 Inch holt driven Into a tree at corne«* point: thence along Pend d'Orellle Lake at low watei mark North 28 degrees and west 269 feet; thence North 45 degrees,VWest 300 ft. thence North 54 degrees, 45 minutes; West 500 feet; thence North 58 degrees, West 500 feet; thence North 60 degrees. 40 minutes, West 600 feet; thence north 60 degrees, 10 minutes, West 500 ft. thence North 50 degrees. 30 minutes, West 530 feet; thence North 8 degrees, West 600 ft thence to a point where meander cor ner betweeu sections 27 and 34 stood, where Is driven an Iron bolt Jx38, marked No. 6, whence whistling post on N. P. R. R. bears North 48 degree West 105 ft. thence East to place of oeglnolng 1853 feet; area 202.6 acres and bounded on tbe north by the lunds of L. H. Jeannott, O. C. Smith, Geo. Phelps and Jos. W. Childs: on th« East hy the lands of Jos. W. Child, and W. A. Bemad urn. on the west hi Lake Pend d'Orellle, and on tbe South by the land or J. W. Childs and Pend d'Orellle lake. It Is hereby further ordered, That K. Wanaiuaker. II. L. Bldwell, John Larsen, L. II. Jeannott und J. M. Jeannott be and the same are hereby appointed as trustees ror the said Vil lage of Hope to hold office and per form the duties requlrad of them un til their successors In office are elected and qualified. 382.70 250.00 .50 2, 16, all the the the ol The clerk of tho board was author ised to advertize for bids for operating ferries at Bonners Ferry and Senea quoteen, the ferries to lie conducted under the following rules:—The ferry to he run 12 hours per day as follows: beginning at 6 o'clock In the morning until 12 M. then at 1 p. tu. until 7 p. in., and any person wishing to cross at ti mes other than tbe above Honed must pay the following tolls therefore: For team and wagon, 25 cents, for man and horse, 15 cents, Tor man alone, 10 cents, which shall be paid to the keeper thereof and be retained as pay for the extra services. Bids must he for a stated price per annum. u met A. bids F. of un due the Edwin Douât the and ' M D Wri * ht > " MD Wright; J K Swinger "• men ! «so Afternoon Session —The follow hills were at this time allowed: T. II. Wilson, rs j>or vouchers RO Thompson, salary and expences_Htiu .46 R O Egbert), *» •• Joseph Fisher M ** T L Quarles. Salary as Clerk. W H Edelblute, «al und exp surveyor.. .S5*T.8R Than. E Logun, on account. O A McDonald, sal deputy sheriff t %M10 1IS0.01 .196.90 W. 10. .. wm Larsen Bros . supplies to poor .. "Jail. 84.SS Larseu Bros., John S Woolery. team hit*. II Kellner, sal Janitor a night watch.. Annn Sexton, stenographic work. E P Dyer, work for county. M D Wright, supplies to poor farm to sheriff to Court Houso 19.50 90. 71 It r.as I 8.30 to poor fart». ».«o 'Ü ■TE*J I IPRY GOOP-Sf , white Twine cloth waistings, Linen White Piques with mercerised stnpes Fancy Stripes in Colored Goods ior Baptiste for Dress, and a «STRICTLY UP-TO-PATei* Line of Goods for Spring and Summer, which are now READY FOR SHOW —Come in and Investigate.— \ a s a ur New Line of Clothing Has ARRIVED and we can O Show you one of the Nobbiest lines there is to be had. We have one of the BEST and NEATEST Lmesof SHOES, for Ladies, Gents, Children and Boys. We have Styles and Outfits to : : : : : * PLEASE ANYONE OUR LIN© OF GROCERIES Is Also COMPLETE Prices to Suit Everyone m M. D. WRIGHT RATHDRUM, IDAHO. The third quarterly conference ef tho M. E. church will meet here Sat uiday, at 11 o'clock a. m. Dr. Brown will preach Sunday evening. The Rev. C. T. Cook will deliver the morn ing sermon, tbs subject of which will he "The Providence of God. hells at the M. E. church will not ring Sunday, owing to the condition ■if Mr. Waddle, who lives nearby. The Notice is hereby given that I have »old my blacksmith shop, and all those knowing tbouiselves to be In debted to me, will please call and set tle, and thereby save trouble. Jos. Porler. TIM BER LAND ACT, J UN E 3,1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. April 0th, 1903. Notloe le liereby given that In compliance with the orovlslons of the act of Congress of Juue 3,1878, entitled ''An act for the sale of timber lands In the States of California, Ore gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory," m> «Mended to all the Public Land States by out of August!. 18«. MAGGIE L. MILHOAN of Rathdrum. oounty of Kootenai, state of Idaho, has this day filed In this office her sworn statement No. 1228. for the purchase of the nk, of nw)4 of sec. No. 14 In Township No. 38 north. Range No. 5 W. B. M, and will offer proof to show that tho land sought Is more valuable for lu timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish hin claim to seid land before the Register anil Receiver of this office at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, on Tuesday, tho 18th day of June, 1903, He names as witnesses: John Lyons, Ben ton Howler, Lou Burke and Nicholas Baugs, «11 of Rathdrum. Idaho. 3 d Any aud all persons claiming adversely tho above-described lauds are requested to file «heir claims In this office on or before said Ulih day of June 1903. A10J1X 1>. H. BUDLONG. Register. 1 BRIGHT'S DISEASE. The largest sum ever paid for a pre scription, changed hands in San Fran cisco, Aug. 30,1901. The transfer in volved In coin and stuck $112,500.00 and was paid by a party or business men for a speclflc for Bright's Disease and Diabetes, hitherto Incurable dis eases. They commenced the serious inves tigation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. They interviewed scores oî the cured and tried It out oa Its merits by put tlug over three dozen cases on the treatment and watching them. They also got physicians to name chronic, incurable cases, and administered It with the physicians for Judges. Up to Aug. 85, eigbty-seveo per cent of the lest cases were either well or pro. gressing favorably. There being but thirteen per cent uf failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. The proceed ings of the investigating committee ! find the clinical reportsof the test cas 'es were published and will be mailed free on application, Address John J. I _ Fulton Company, 420 Montgomery st. Sao Francisco, Cal. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office Coeur d'Aleue, Idaho, January 27, 190b. A suffi dent contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Manley Downs, contest ant, against homestead entry No. 222 «, made October 8. t»0n, for s!4 nwj» lots 3 and 4. sec tion 2. township 63 n. range 4 w. hy William H. Overtterf Contestée, m which It Is alleged that said entryman has long since abandon ed said land, that said land was and has been abandoned by said entryman for more thun tlx months Immediately preceedlng the exe cution and filing of this Instrument, contest ent further alleges that about 2 weeks after said entryman made application to enter said tract he abandoned the same and never has at any time resided upon or Improved said premises, and liu changed bis residence towlt: left ths state of Idaho about 2 weeks after said entry was made and depasted for Indian Territory, but his rostdenoe to affiant Is unknown, and that said alleged abaonce from said land was not due to his employ ment In tho Army. Navy or Marine Corp of tho United States during the war with Spain or during any other war in which the United Slates may be engaged either as a private soldier, officer, seaman or marine. Said par ties arc hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on April IS 1103, boforu the Register and Receiver at »ho United States Land Office In Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed Jan. 88th, 1903. set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal servi.:« of this notloe can not be made. It Is hereby ordered aud directed that such notice be given hy due und proper publication. ml8apl7 D. H. BUDLONG. Register. TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3 1878 —Notice for Publication.— United States Land Office. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, April 9,1903. Notice Ik hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, lB(8, entitled "An net for the sale of timber lands In tho States of California, Ore gon. Nevada, and Washington territory," as extended to ull the Public Land States by not of August 4, 18«. WILLIAM O. NETTLETON of Spokane, oounty of Spokane, etato of Washington, has this day fifed In this office his sworn statement No. 1221. for the purchase of the WH w!4 of Section No. 2« In Township Number 52 north. range Number 3 w b m. and will offer proof to snow that the land sought Is more valuable for iu timber o* stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish Ills claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of ihls office at Coeur d Alone. Idaho, on Wednesday, the 17th day of June, 1003 Renames as witnesses: Maude A. Early, and Eliza JI. Early of St. Joe, Idaho; William A. Yeomans or Spokane, Wash.; Lodolph Smith, of Julietta, Tdalio. ...... _ all persons claiming adversely thu above descrlitod lands are fequested to file th«lr claims lu this office on or before said 17thdav of Juno. 1908. D. H. BUDLONG, Register. A10JI2-03 I \ 1 MS TIMBER LAND Act JUNE 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. Uultcd States Land Office. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, January 28, 1933. u hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act ot Congress of 3unu 3, 18,1 outUled ' An act for the sale of timber l:.u,ls In the States of California, Ore gon. Nevada und Washington Territory," as extended to all tho Public Laud States by £.W st 4 - ls "v GEORGE T. u f AU'ol.countyof Kootenai, state of Idaho, has this day filed In this office Ills sworn statement No 1183. for the purchase of l,, u?& 0, §. W H' SW, * 48W, -4«'f cEl-4 SW1-4 Section No. iff. Tp. 54 n, range * w b »«.J?* 1 » utf ' ir . proof to show that tho land sought Is more valuable for Umutir or stout» tliun for agricultural our poses, and to establish her claim to su Id fund . , î'. e R ®S «*r and Receiver of this office at Coeur d Alene, Idaho ou Saturday, tho I • th day of April 1903. Hell« ",es as witnesses: Harvey Philips. !*"a Ç h *''l*y Mefltt both of Athol. Idaho, and Arthur J. Clark of Granite. Idaho. Any and alt persons claiming adversely lh» «bot«.ileioriM lands an lequested to file their claims In this office on or before said Dth day of April, 1901. of m. its D. II. BUDLONG. Register. Lawton Post No. 29 , G. A. R., Meets racond Saturday la each monthffil Ellert's hall at 1 o'clock JOHN LYoNA Adjutiuu * WILSON > Co a». NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, March 0, 190». Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of Ills intent ion to make final proof In support of his claim, and that sa:d proof will be made be fore Register and Receiver at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, on April 21. into, viz: CHARLES HOLLISTER. Hd. 1770. for the nc' 4 nwU: swl-4nel-4; nwl-4 sei -4 and ncl-4swl-4, sec. 22, Tp. 52n, r 3 w. b m. He names the following witnesses to his continuous residence upon and tlon «f said land, viz Brice Column, Mark Hudlow, Ross Ding man and Janies A. Column, all of Rathdrum. Idaho. D. II. BUDLONG, Register, m!3 ap!7. If you want an up-to-date sectional map of Kootenai County send $1.00 to the Fanhandle Abstract Co. Î rove tiva cu tf Rheumatism Cured at last Good News For All Who Suffer With Rheumatism Frea. To all who suffer with Rheumatism I will gladly Bend frea th* wonderful story of how my mother was cured af ter years of suffering, together with the most elaborate treatise on Rheu matism ever published. No matter what your form of Rheu matism Is, whether acute, chronic, muscular, inflammatory, déformant, sciatie, neuralgia, gout, lumbago, etc no matter how many doctors have failed In your case—no matter how many socalled "sure cures" you have tried—I want you to write to me and let me tell you how mother was cured. 1 am neither a Doctor nor a Profes sor—simply a plain man of busi but I have a CURE for Rheumatism, and I want to tell everyone who suffer* with Rheumatism all aboutit. I wish \ to be clearly understood, and trust that all who are suffering with tbi* terrible disease, however ness— apparently peyond the reach of cure, will write to me this day and I will send you by return mail this work of mine. I ap peal especially to the "chronically ill» who are wearied and discouraged with "doctoring" and to tboae who have been cast aside as "Incurable, you have thought about Rheuruati may be wrong. Let me tell experience. Surely, If you have Rheu matism, or have a suffering friend, will pay you to Investigate any way, and prove for yourself these claims I make. All sm you our it my offer, Send me your address today— a pos tal card will do—aud I will this wonderful story. If mail you you have any friends suffering with Rheuma tism no matter where located, me their address, and 1 send will man them a copy. My address is VICTOR RAINBOLT, Bloomfield, lod. 4 Pins Seep Oats. Recleaned 'jWloftgageliftef' Variety for VA Cents per pound, $29.00 Per Ton. CABLE MILLING CO 'J POST FALLS, IDAHO. * Homefinders' Real Estate and Insurance Company. B. F. BOURN, General Manager Rathdrum, Idaho Farm Listed imd SoId- Lif«|nd Fir« Insnraucs Solioltedand- Mining Stock Korn»*, liny Form», Prairie L»nd and Homestoad Rrllngnlehnicnt«— A lurge list of the best In the country. Tor the purchase of which, a large number of partios urs now corresponding with the company—parties who coming to look over the country, the coming Spring with ft viow to set tlelng permanently. Considering this, the Company Is noxious to list laud, so as to supply the demand. We will sell your property for you at good prices end yet dispose of It nt prices which uro Bargains com pered will, enstern ruol estate values I.lfe insurance:—-I sm »gimt for the Equitable Life xssuranco Association, which Is the best of the old Uno Companies. Accident lusnmnee:—i »ui agent for tho Travelers' Accident company, well known to he reliable. Fire Insurance:—t am agent for tl.o Hamburg. Brctnon and Germun-Amerlcan Fire insurance I'ompnules. Mining stock:—i also handle Mining Stock where It Is no faite propos it Ion . HfT.'nll on me. All business promptly attended to. are more ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ B. F. BOURN, Rathdrum, Idaho. ; mi M .A»*mrar fc Trarara«Hrai QUALITY & VALUS is what we give those who trade with WE CARRY US. a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, Hardware, Hay and Feed. Bakery and Confectionery, Stationery -Tobacco's and Cigars. LAR-SSN BROS. RATHDRUM, Idaho. CASH Cata PRICE IT WILL PAY YOU $33.50 OR loi to send for onr Cata logue No. A, quoting _ - prices on Bügele«, Harnes», etc. We sell direct from onr rectory to Consumers at Factory Price«. This guaranteed Buggy only 833.50; Cash or Easy Monthly Payment*. We trust honest people located la all puts Of the world. CREDIT FREE. «-Write for Free Ostulsgne. 1 CENTURY MF6. CO. IcaMaa Iftls paper. Eut St. Irab, IDs. OEP'T 999 Pioneer Livery Stable iRATHDRUm, IDAHO: LEVI ESCII, Proprietor ♦a This OLD STAND has been refltted, NEW BUGGIES added, ji the best in the market. GOOD and SAFE horses and experienced drivers. Charges reasonable. Public patronage solicited. I am 8erve CAMMNG and FISHING parties, large and small, to all surrounding LAKES, at SPECIAL STAGE RATES RIDER AGENTS WANTED hi each town to take orders for our new High Grad® Guaranteed Bicycles. Now 1903 Modal• —-Complete $ 8.78 OOOS90k, ** Guaranteed nigh Grade $10.79 "Siberian," a Beauty $12.78 Naudorf," Road Racer $14.70 better bicycle at any price. Any other make or model you want at O»®'**": aawu price. Choice of any standard tires and equipment on all our bicycles. Strongest guaroaUs We SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D.toMfg w*j£oi(ta cent deposit and allow lO DAYS TRIAL before purchase is binding. . SOQSeoond Hand Wheels £4 (a tg Ä n ÄÄ " "J? Tirte.«*,^,. J.0 HOT BUY ^ curb la SI J- L. MEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, ft « no 'USHEB i Bruit TO SPOKANE for your JOB PRIN TING E. m. er When you can get far better and Superior work done at Reasonable Prices, and at the blade office.. WANTED—I want representatives «Ä | whore to write natneK and atldr.'^s«*» «•„. B „ j mall out advertising of my Urunswlcx j and one-minute pluno player. N ue Vy,|| or j required. Good wages paid weekly «"Ji,,, 1 spare tlmo. Send stump for l"f"' pul»- j Cronkrtght Wholesale 1'luno Dealer. « 1 burgh, l'a. CHURCH DIRECTORY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN ClU'KCfcJS: E. A. Walker. Pastor. Sunday School!« E> . morning service II o'clock. Christ"": deavor at 6:30 p. m. Evening •® r "**J! 1 l l >f Prayer meeting every Wednesday fiT * M. E. CHURCH—Rev. C. T. CotA.JfêS Service» every Sunday evening \ § *"J ^look aud every ottier.Sunduy morning <!'•" Sunday School at 10 a. ni.; Jr. L?, R " # u --e m. ana Sr. League at fi:30 p- xn. „ .t i* er meeting every Friday evenl"S o'clock, at tho Church.